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Old 03-28-2016, 06:25 PM   #1
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Hi I'm giuseppe from italy and I'd like to build a switching system that could allow me to switch 3 coil in different ways aving them in phase and in reverse phane , series and parallele. I would like also to use raspberry pi or arduino if needed ; does somebody as any ideas .
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Old 03-28-2016, 06:52 PM   #2
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what sort of current levels are we dealing with ?


All technically possable !
Putting them into practice
Thats another matter

Elaborate please ?
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Is it just me, or are DIYers getting scarier ?
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Let's see, this is a hobby project...

So we're supposed to solve your own puzzle ?

What's the fun of that ?


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Hi I'm giuseppe from italy and I'd like to build a switching system that could allow me to switch 3 coil in different ways aving them in phase and in reverse phane , series and parallele. I would like also to use raspberry pi or arduino if needed ; does somebody as any ideas .

Don't go with the raspberry pi!

Raspberry only works well in jelly donuts.
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